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3 DAYS LEFT: Own a print for just $70 and raise funds for humanitarian impact


Agender is a platform for change, dedicated to celebrating and supporting the talents of Australian female photographers.

Agender, a collective of female and non-binary photographers, launched Photographs for Peace, an affordable art charity print campaign featuring the donated works of 31 artists.

In response to the growing humanitarian crisis in Gaza, largely impacting women and children, they launched Photographs for Peace on 19 Jan 2024; an affordable art fundraising sale for Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders and Save the Children. It features 57 artworks from 37 of Australia’s leading female photographers.

The fundraising campaign closes on Fri 2 Feb 2024.


The artists – both prominent and emerging – span the worlds of fine art, travel, and documentary photography, whose prints usually range from $200 to $7,000; photographers who have been exhibited at The Museum of Contemporary Art and the National Portrait Gallery; as well as established photojournalists and commercial photographers, whose personal work is rarely if ever available to the public for purchase. Long-time admirers now have the opportunity to own an artwork for themselves at an accessible price of $70 + shipping for an 8 x 10 or 8 x 12 inch archival quality, open edition print.

Photographs for Peace closes this Friday (3.2.24). Every dollar raised above basic print costs and payment processing fees is donated directly to the charities.

Supporters can view the artwork catalogue and shop here:


From Hannah Cameron, Save the Children
Community Fundraising Coordinator

  • $53 could provide a pack of 60 water bottles to people struggling to access potable water.
  • $70 could allow us to provide a family with a Baby Kit to give them the items they need to provide basic care to their infant, such as baby shampoo, diapers, baby wipes, toothbrush and
    toothpaste, cotton towel and baby ointment.
  • $973 could allow us to provide 8 families with a food parcel containing canned beans, hummus, canned chicken, canned tuna, olive oil, dried zataar (a spice), sardines, cooked cheese (8 pieces), high energy biscuits, raisins, and halaweh (sweet pastry).
  • $1,013 could allow us to provide 9 Hygiene Kits containing jerry cans, aquatabs for 10 litres of water, a bathing towel, sponge, tooth brushes (children and adult), plastic jug, hair comb, nail
    clipper, plastic washing basin.
  • $4,945 could allow us to provide 250 Dignity Kits containing sanitary products.
  • $5,005 could provide 5,640 water bottles to those struggling to access drinking water.